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Domain Mapping via Core You don’t need to use the domain mapping plugin if you are planning on running a WordPress Multisite with top-level domains and/or sudomains. WordPress allows you to change a sub-domain to a top level domain once you have added the site settings, see the screenshot below. Core works perfectly without Alias, more then one domain. ...
you should use this instead: <img src="<?php echo site_url();?>"/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/...png"> You've installed your wordpress in a abc.com/wordpress folder. So when you use the backslash you are refering to the root of your domain, instead of the folder were you've installed your WP. Hope that is helps. Cheers
I'm not sure if you've found a solution yet, but I was in the exact same situation as you. I moved a site into a subdomain but still existing in the root directory as per the codex, changed the permalinks, modified the .htaccess file and ran into the same problems. To fix this, I just changed my Site Address URL to match the Wordpress Address URL (the ...
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